HVAC

HVAC TRAINING IN BANGALORE

HVAC course is a technology of environmental comfort and indoor comfort. HVAC course mainly concentrates on providing acceptable indoor air quality and thermal comfort. ExcelMep is here to provide you the best HVAC course training in Bangalore. We are placed with the top experienced mechanical engineers who can get you trained with their own study material and help you in understanding each and every concept easily. ExcelMep is an institute which Is located in Bangalore with high experienced teaching staff.

WHY IS HVAC COURSE IMPORTANT?

HVAC course is an important part of a residential structure such as apartments, buildings, single-family homes, where safe and healthy conditions are regulated with respect to temperature and humidity, using fresh air from outdoors. Excelmep is awarded as the best institute for HVAC courses. 100% Placement is assured with the  HVAC course.

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HVAC DESIGNING & DRAFTING SYLLABUS

  • Introduction to MEP Services and Systems
  • Introduction to HVAC Courses
  • Fundamentals
      • Density, Specific Gravity, Specific Volume, Velocity, Temperature, Force, Work, Power.
      • Energy: Kinetic Energy, Potential Energy
      • Forms of Energy
      • Pressure, Atmospheric Pressure, Vacuum
      • Heat: Ton of Refrigeration (TR), Specific Heat,
      • Sensible Heat, Latent Heat, Heat Flow
      • Expansion and Contraction
      • Thermodynamic Processes: Boyle’s Law & Charles’ Law
      • Specific Heat of Gases
      • Ph Value – Acidity / Alkalinity
      • Corrosion
      • Heat Transfer Coefficient
  • Properties of Air
      • Moisture or Water Vapour
      • Relative Humidity
      • Absolute Humidity
      • Dew Point
      • Specific Humidity
      • Dry Bulb and Wet Bulb Temperatures
      • Sling Thermometer or Psychrometer
      • Heat Content or Enthalpy of Air
  • Psychrometry Chart
      • Dry Bulb Temperature (DB)
      • Wet Bulb Temperature (WB)
      • Relative Humidity % (RH)
      • Dew Point Temperature
      • Moisture Content
      • Enthalpy or Total Heat Content
      • Specific Volume
      • By Pass of Return Air
      • Evaporative Cooling
      • Method of using the Psychrometric Chart
      • (Manual Method and Software Method)
  • Refrigerants
      • Introduction to Refrigerants
      • Types of Refrigerants
      • Properties of Refrigerants
      • Examples of Refrigerants
  • Refrigeration Cycle
      • Vapour Compression Cycle
      • Vapour Absorption Cycle
  • Components and Basic Parts of Refrigeration Cycle
      • Types of Compressors
      • Types of Condensers
      • Types of Expansion Valves
      • Types of Evaporative Coils
  • Air Conditioning Systems
      • Non-Central Air Conditioning Systems: Window AC, Split AC: Hi Wall AC, Floor Standing AC, Cassette AC, Ductable Split AC.
      • Centralized AC System (Chilled Water System): Air Cooled Chilled Water System & Water Cooled Chilled Water System
      • VRV/VRF Systems: Variable Refrigerant Flow System / Variable Refrigerant Volume System
      • Package AC System: Ductable Package AC
  • Fans in Air Conditioning Systems
      • Types of Fans: Centrifugal, Axial, Propeller and Tube Fans.
      • Single Inlet Single Outlet Fans.
      • Double Inlet Double Outlet Fans.
      • Laws of Fans
      • Types of Blades in Fans
      • Classes of Fans
      • Good Installation Practice
  • Heating and Cooling Load Calculation
      • E20 Method
      • By Thumb Rule Method
      • HAP (Hourly Analysis Program)
  • Winter Load Calculations.
  • Ventilation System
      • Toilet Exhaust System.
      • Kitchen Exhaust System.
      • Car Parking Ventilation System
  • Exhaust Fan Selection.
  • Stairwell pressurization System
  • Duct Designing : Types of Ducts, Material used in Ducts, Classification of Ducts, Shapes of Ducts, Aspect Ratio, Gain or Loss in Ducts, Thickness and Gauge Selection for Ducts, Duct Fabrication, Types of Insulation in Ducts, Materials used for Insulation, Vanes and Elbows in Ducts, Types of Joints, Introduction to Plenum Box , Designing and Selection of Plenum Box, Grilles and Diffuser Selection and Designing (Manual and Software Method)
  • Duct Designing Method
      • Equal Friction Method
      • Velocity Regain Method
      • Static Regain Method
  • Chillers
      • Introduction to Chillers
      • Types of Chilled Water System
      • Components of Chilled Water System: AHU’s, FCU’s, FAHU’s, Primary Pump, Secondary Pump
      • Connections and Valves in Chilled Water System
      • Refrigerant Pipe Sizing
      • Chilled Water Pipe Sizing
      • Dehumidifier Design and Selection
      • Cooling Tower Design and Selection
      • Expansion Tank Design and Selection
      • BMS System
      • Coil Design and Selection
      • Pump Head Calculations
      • ESP Calculations (Fan Selection)
  • Introduction and Design of CAV and VAV System
  • VRV System Designing
  • Cold Storage Systems
  • District Cooling Systems
  • Building Management System (BMS)
  • Passive Cooling System
  • Desert Cooling System
  • Estimation and Costing
  • Clean Room Design
  • Green Building
  • The software’s in HVAC
  • Drafting of HVAC Systems
  • Project Workshop
  • Site Visits
  • Case Studies

 EXCELMEP AIMS AT MAKING YOU AN EXPERT IN HAVC BEFORE LEAVING OUR INSTITUTE.

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